Laser cleaning uses a technique called sublimation. That means generating a highly concentrated beam of light energy at a very high speed and frequency. This light beam is absorbed by the contamination (contaminate) and immediately reflected back by the underlying layer (substrate).
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A gas layer is created between the two layers, which creates buoyant pressure and causes the pollution to evaporate or dry out. In the latter case, this remains as loose residue that you can easily vacuum up with a vacuum cleaner. Important to know: the underlying layer or substrate is not damaged in any way during laser cleaning, in contrast to traditional cleaning methods.
These properties allow you to use laser light for many applications and materials. Inox, aluminium, machine steel or copper, but also plastics and even wood: no challenge is too big for us. We are therefore active in just about every sector. From the (petro)chemical and pharmaceutical sector to the automotive, aviation and food sector.